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 Nursing Graduates Get the Best Jobs 
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Nursing Graduates Get the Best Jobs
by: Kathryn Dawson





Looking for a career that is both rewarding and can provide fulfillment? Then consider nursing as an option – you can help people, make a difference to their lives, and it's a job that gives a lot of satisfaction.

There are various types of nursing professions these days and you can choose which area to specialize in depending on your interests, from working with geriatric or perinatal patients, or the psychiatric or paediatrics ward. However nursing isn't just about learning all the medical terms and practical procedures, it's just as important you learn how to be approachable and can identify how much, and what kind of support people need.

Your duties as a nurse will be dependent on the area you opt to specialize in and the location, your job could entail you work in a government or private hospital, nursing home, school or prison. There are many elements to the role of a nurse, including assessing the information on each patient and diagnosing their problems. A major part is to implement nursing plans and monitor and evaluate patient's progress, as well as providing emotional and physical support to them and their family.

There are full time nursing degree courses in the areas of adult, child, mental health and learning disabilities. They take 3 years to complete and are offered by higher education institutions across England. Degree programmes start off the same with a common foundation programme that provides a general introduction to nursing with an introduction to the four branches of nursing including maternity care. This is followed by a branch programme in one of the four nursing areas. Supervised nursing practice is 50% of the programme and takes place in both hospitals and community settings.

A nurse's job is not easy so it's important you research it before making any final decision. Nurses hours can be long, particularly if working in a hospital, and often involves shift work. Starting salaries are not particularly high but rise with experience and skills, however in the past few years salaries have been increased to meet inflation and the type of establishment you work in and location can also affect how much you get paid. Although in the past nursing careers were generally not chosen for high salaries, the money offered has increased and benefits can also be attractive, also the satisfaction that you are helping people is immensely rewarding.

A nurse can make a big difference in people lives and is a rewarding career for those who want to devote themselves to helping others. Whether you opt to work in a large hospital on the children's ward or maternity unit, or in a small private practice then you'll find nursing is a challenge and fulfilling experience.

Nurses are in demand everywhere; you will find plenty of opportunities in major cities and find yourself part of a large community, whilst if you prefer to live and work in a rural area then you may find you have the important role of being the only community nurse in the district. Generally you will be paid a higher wage in the city but may also have a lot more stress to cope with, and longer hours or anti-social hours.

The demand for qualified nurses has never been higher and lots of openings exist in all areas. Health care is an important factor in today's society and its possible now to specialize in many fields of interest. A degree in nursing opens up many doors including private nursing care, doctor's offices, practices, the NHS and many businesses. Nurses are crucial to the medical field, not only for their knowledge and skill, but also for providing a compassionate bedside manner to their patients.

When searching for nurse jobs you have to take into consideration the education required, the salary offered and type of job facility. You can find online recruitment services that specialize in permanent jobs in the UK, or temporary posts in various locations throughout the country. They are expert at placing the right people in the right positions, including RGN's, mid-wives, healthcare assistants, care home managers and specialists in A&E, Orthopaedics, Oncology, ICU, Paediatrics, Surgical, and Rehabilitation. Dedicated recruitment staff can advise you on all aspects of finding employment quickly and generally all it takes to start you off is to send them your CV.

About The Author
Kathryn Dawson writes articles for Jobs4Medical, a leading job seeking and posting website for medical professionals. Find nurse jobs and mental health nursing jobs in any specialty and country. There is staff nurse job available with new postings everyday.
http://www.jobs4medical.co.uk/jobs/Nurs ... ntries.job
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